Nutrition & Fitness Related Videos

Nutrition and being active can cure many of the ailments we face today. Eating way too much, eating nutrient poor foods, sitting most of the day, and not incorporating exercise leads to the common health diseases like diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure and even just feeling achy and pain.

We are currently playing around with video making for both NutrActive and the Blog Consequently Fit. Below are embedded videos we have created with some we recommend watching (not associated with NutrActive). NutrActive is always adding to the videos in the play list, looking for informative or encouraging content to not only educate you, but to motivate you to finally take action and control your daily life habits. Start with two or three things about your day to change. Master those and then choose another two or three habits to alter. This is the best pathway to long term healthy lifestyle success.

NutrActive hopes the videos shared helps you in your efforts to live healthy!



Stop the Weight Loss Lie

Do you really want to lose weight?
I mean REALLY...
do you honestly want to lose weight?

This video might expose your problem with weight lose. You might have to make some real changes to your diet.




Sneakers Not Stilettoes

If you really want a fit body, there is a lifestyle you have to adapt. It might impinge a little on your happy hour social life, but you will find yourself happier when you make the change. Happy hour can still happen, just tweak it back a bit and learn to love sweating. Trade the stillettos for sneakers!




Dietitians Debunk 18 Weight Loss Myths

Business Insider asked three registered dietitians to debunk 18 of the most common weight loss myths. They explain that you don't need to purge your diet of fat or carbs to lose weight, skipping meals can backfire, and fad diets like the ketogenic diet don't often work. Beyond debunking weight loss strategies, they explain that weight loss is not just about discipline. It's about genetics, access to healthy food, and your relationship to food.




Fitness Sarcasm Quit Posting

Pinterest ... Do you spend more time tagging and posting exercises than you do actually performing exercises? Liking exercise posts and creating awesome boards on exercising will not get you in shape. It's time to stop wishing for that toned body and finally take actions that will actually help you achieve your fitness goals!




This is What Really Happens When You Start Exercising

Have you ever wondered, what happens to your body, when you start exercising? The changes to your body physic, your muscles, the mind, and the heart? This video explores just that. They say exercise is like taking a magical pill for your brain, and that if there were ever a drug that could do for your health everything that exercise can it would likely be the most valuable pharmaceutical ever developed. So, why is exercise so good for us?




How to Create a Workout Plan for Beginners
How to Design Your Own Workout Schedule

This video discusses how to create and design your own workout plan, program or schedule. The video includes different options from full body workouts, workout splits, cardio options and how often to workout.




Top 5 Reasons You are not Losing Weight

Why am I not losing weight?? One of the most common questions trainers get asked. Here's a video sharing the top 5 reasons people stop losing weight on a weight loss journey and why some people start to gain weight back!




We are What We Eat - Better Brain Health

Chocolate reduces stress. Fish stimulates the brain. Is there any truth to such popular beliefs? The findings of researchers around the world say yes: It appears we really are what we eat. This is a long video, but if you care about the health of your brain and how eating properly could seriously affect your memory, this is a must watch.

A study in a British prison found that inmates who took vitamin supplements were less prone to violent behavior. And in Germany, a psychologist at the University of Lübeck has shown that social behavior is influenced by the ingredients consumed at breakfast. But what really happens in the brain when we opt for honey instead of jam, and fish rather than sausage? Scientists around the world are trying to find out. Neuro-nutrition is the name of an interdisciplinary research field that investigates the impact of nutrition on brain health. Experiments on rats and flies offer new insight into the effects of our eating habits. When laboratory rats are fed a diet of junk food, the result is not just obesity. The menu also has a direct influence on their memory performance. The role of the intestinal flora has been known for some time, but scientists are currently discovering other relationships. So-called "brain food" for example: The Mediterranean diet that’s based on vegetables and fish is said to provide the best nutrition for small grey cells. Omega-3 fatty acids, which are found in fish, for example, protect the nerve cells and are indispensable for the development of the brain - because the brain is also what it eats!




How to Manage Diabetes with Exercise

Do you know how to manage type 2 diabetes with exercise? And are you sneaking activity into your day when possible? This video presents some tips for you. Christian Pedersen teaches Physical Education to Danish primary-school children. He has lived with type 2 diabetes for over 20 years. In this video, he shares 5 tips on how to promote health and well-being through exercise.




Pregnancy Stretching Routine
Best Stretches to Relieve Pregnancy Symptoms!

This pregnancy stretching routine can help with many pregnancy symptoms such as insomnia, sciatica, restless leg syndrome and more. Do this safe, pregnancy stretching routine to help you combat your pregnancy symptoms and help you in preparing for labor!



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